Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on why we choose to ignore our country’s war crimes, including the 2003 attack on Iraq.
In the late 1960s, when I was a college student, I went to a teach-in at the Brattle Theater just off Harvard Square. It was 1967, I think, in the winter, at night, standing room only. The speakers were activist writer Noam Chomsky from MIT, historian Howard Zinn from BU, and psychologist and writer Dr. […]
One of the great adventures in literature and myth is that of the Hero’s Journey. A person – in fairy tales it’s often a young prince, but really anyone – young or old, male or female, LGBTQ, of any race or ethnicity, sets out on a quest. The quest may be to rescue someone in […]
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on what he learned from the Dr. Weeks Elementary School in Syracuse.
AWTT Education Director Connie Carter relates a recent AWTT book signing event to he afternoon at the symphony.
Artist Rob Shetterly imagines the conversations among his portrait subjects and George Washington in the Maxwell School foyer at Syracuse University.
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on the Uvalde school massacre and why AWTT tries to expose the truth, while providing models of resistance, stories of courage and roadmaps for solutions.
Robert Shetterly calls gun violent in America a deeply rooted societal sickness.
Artist Robert Shetterly calls Mia Motley, Prime Minister of Barbados, a “clarion voice” on the climate crisis.
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on his painting of whistleblower Daniel Hale.